LSU women's basketball's 2022-23 SEC opponents have been released

Cory Diaz
Lafayette Daily Advertiser

LSU women's basketball learned it's 2022-23 Southeastern Conference schedule Wednesday, as the SEC rolled out this season's full league slate.

In Kim Mulkey's second season, the Tigers have home-and-home series with Arkansas and Vanderbilt, their rotating opponents, as well as their permanent foe Texas A&M.

LSU's single home contests are against Auburn, Georgia, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Tennessee. 

The Tigers have one of the tougher road slates in the SEC for 2022-23, headlined by trip to Colonial Life Arena to meet reigning national champion South Carolina. LSU will also visit Alabama, Florida, Kentucky and Missouri.

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Dates, broadcast designation and times will be released at a later date.

In year two, Mulkey and her staff have had one of the better offseasons of any collegiate women's basketball program in the country. LSU signed the top transfer in Maryland forward Angel Reese, while bringing in two high school recruits (Flau'jae Johnson and Sa'Myah Smith) ranked inside the top 60 in the 2022 class.

Kim Mulkey walks into Pete Maravich Assembly Center. LSU Athletics held a public press confrence to introduce Kim Mulkey as the new head womens basketball coach Monday, April 26, 2021.

The momentum surrounding the Tigers stems from the program's best seasons in 14 years, going 26-6 and Mulkey earning AP Coach of the Year honors.

While the 2021-22 season came to a crashing halt being upset by Ohio State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, LSU was the SEC's second-best team all year long behind South Carolina.